One Wheel Electric Micro-Cycle by RYNO Motors

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

After first debuting on the scene last year, the Ryno Motors Micro-Cycle is poised to take the retail market by storm by this year. RYNO Motors looks to redefine the traditional scooter with their  single wheel motorcycle powered by a zero-pollutant electric motor.

The RYNO Micro Cycle is something out of a futuristic television show, but it is entirely real. Weighing in at 125 pounds, this ultra portable motorcycle is perfect for urban dwellers,  reaching speeds of up to 15 miles per hour. Product engineer Chris Hoffmann designed the vehicle with a massive tire that contains the entire power plant within the hub of the wheel to maintain the balance. As previously mentioned, RYNO Motors is currently slated to release the Micro-Cycle in late 2012 for a price of $4,200.

One Wheel Electric Micro-Cycle by RYNO Motors (2)

One Wheel Electric Micro-Cycle by RYNO Motors (1)

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